Do you find testing WCF services too difficult?
Have you tried other commercial tools that are WCF-compatible but in the end insists that you use basicHttpBinding?
Is your project over budget because testing your WCF service takes too much time?
Do you always end up writing too much test code?
Do you need to support both WCF and Web Services?
WCFStorm is for you and it's capable of solving all the above problems
o Dynamically invoke and test WCF Services
o Dynamically invoke and test Web services written in any language
o Save your opened service and its test cases into a "project" which can be reloaded anytime
o Dynamically invoke service methods even those containing complex data types
o UI-based, dynamic editing of complex data types
o Test multiple WCF and Web services within a single UI.
o Multiple-Tabbed interface
o Basic and windows authentication
o Test services sitting behind a proxy
o Dynamically modify the URL endpoint of a WCF or Web service.
o Dynamically edit the service binding.
o Create functional test cases and save it as part of a project
o Create and save functional test cases containing Expected results.
o Graphically compare (side-by-side) the expected results with the actual response of a service.
terval etc.). You can stress out your service as much as you want.
# Loading of existing client App.config files into WCFStorm
# One-click execution of all functional test cases under a method or of the whole WCF service.
# A plugin interface for custom validations of functional test cases.
# A plugin interface for randomizing requests or re-using the previous response as input to the next request.
# A plugin interface for programmatically modifying the ServiceEndpoint instance
# A plugin interface to support Dupleservices
Dynamically setting the size of an array parameter.
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What's New in WCFStorm 1.1.6
Release notes are not available currently.
No additional system requirements.